The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate

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If you’re interesting in building your own WordPress plugin and would love a great place to start, look no further. The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate is the best place to start when developing WordPress plugins. From the most basic of functions, to the most dynamic, this boilerplate has been growing and evolving for several years, now. I’ve seen (and […]

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Big Plans on Small Budgets

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Before getting into full time ministry, I spent many years running a consulting firm tailored to small and medium sized businesses. It was a really rewarding time for me because I got to help people solve problems, but it also created tension because small and medium sized businesses have big plans on small budgets. Does […]

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Email in Real Life [Videos]

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LOL! I’m still chuckling to myself after watching this video. There are similar videos—Facebook in real life, social media networks in real live, etc…—but this one particularly tickled my funny bone. Enjoys:

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Why I Love my Wacom Tablet

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For the past few weeks, I’ve been doing all the research I can on graphic tablets. Now, graphic tablets are different than the tablets you are probably used to. It is no iPad or Nexus 7. Its specifically built to replace the mouse and be used as an input for your computer. I thought to […]

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iPhone Only Photography with David Molnar [Podcast]

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Have you ever wondered how some people take such amazing photos with their iPhone? It turns out, using the standard Instagram filters isn’t the most awesome way you can filter and edit your photos. The best camera is the one that’s in your pocket and professional music and advertising photographer David Molnar has put together an […]

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Leadership Lessons from Ms. MacNair’s Sunday School

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Do you remember Sunday School? Graham crackers and goldfish, flannel boards and puppet shows, Bible songs and Christmas plays — most of us who grew up in the church (or are raising our own children in it) have some nostalgic memories of childhood Sunday mornings. You probably remember some of the lessons, too. You were […]

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Retro Science and Tech Ads [Images]

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These retro science and tech ads are interesting for two different reasons. First, it’s curious to see how technology has progressed and what’s valued as important solutions in today’s technology world versus that of 50 years ago. The second interesting aspect of these retro ads, is that of creativity and design. Just scrolling through this Flickr […]

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Search vs Organization [Infographic]

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I like to keep my files organized, but it isn’t often until I am further into a project that I realize a better way to organize. So, I re-organize them. Even with all this organization of file folders on my computer, I can still have a hard time sifting through my files to find exactly what […]

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Premium WordPress Themes by 7Theme [GIVEAWAY]

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Looking for a new premium WordPress theme, but you’ve searched through all the usual suspects and would like something new and fresh? Maybe it’s time you took a look at this new find—7Theme. 7Theme offers over 100 themes and many different basic WordPress services that may be of interest to you. There is one thing […]

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